Acta Scientific Neurology (ASNE) (ISSN: 2582-1121)

Review Article Volume 4 Issue 11

Neuropsychological Commentary on Effective Speaking Ability of Doctors

Madhav Gajananrao Raje*

Consultant Psychiatrist and Psychotherapist, Mahakali Clinics, Ayodhya Nagar, Nagpur, India

*Corresponding Author: Madhav Gajananrao Raje, Consultant Psychiatrist and Psychotherapist, Mahakali Clinics, Ayodhya Nagar, Nagpur, India.

Received: September 16, 2021; Published:

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Abstract

Doctors across the globe undermine the need to develop speaking ability despite awareness. This behavior can be explained on the basis of theory of lateralization; whereby they focus unreasonably on intellectual reasoning rather than emotional accommodativeness. Focus on intellectual reasoning has over the years become an ingrained habit of medical fraternity; creating an invisible wall in between them and patients.

Many authors have explored this area of ineffective communication in between doctor and patient. But medial fraternity’s habit could not be reversed efficaciously; may be because of lack of neuro-bio-psychological evidence base explanation.

Neuroscience and psychological perspective underlying ineffective speaking ability of doctors is addressed in this article. This article discusses methods to help doctors change their psychological perspective with due consideration to neuroscience and facilitate to adapt to skills of speaking ability. It explains how to change older thinking pattern to newer thinking pattern and evolve from traditional approach to holistic approach of treatment i.e. ‘patient-centered- treatment’, a reformed modality of treatment leading to success in career.

Keywords: Theory of Lateralization; Patient Centered Communication; Holistic Treatment Approach; Breaking Bad News (BBN); Speaking Ability of Doctor; Evolution of Doctors; Biological Faith; Neuropsychological Commentary; Holistic Doctor; Neuroscience of Unlearning

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Citation

Citation: Madhav Gajananrao Raje. “Neuropsychological Commentary on Effective Speaking Ability of Doctors”. Acta Scientific Neurology 4.11 (2021): 26-36.




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